You Can Be Everything God wants You To Be by Max Lucado.
I have just finished reading, You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be by Max Lucado,Wow!.It was an easy read, guiding you step by step on how to find out what you were made for, what you were meant to be and how to fulfill it. This book talks about your unique gifts and abilities, discovering you. Finding your "Sweet spot" as Max calls it. You will discover that God made only one of you and nobody can duplicate you, no one can do anything just the way you do it. all they would be is a cheap carbon copy of the original.
I was very impressed with the way the book was written, the chapters were short and flowed smoothly into each other, also the appropriate scripture references were quoted so that you can go back to the Bible and read what it says. This book was recommended for Graduates which is a very good idea for someone just stepping out but I would also recommend it to anyone who is still searching and feels like they have not done anything in their life or still don't know what they are supposed to do in life.
By just applying these guidelines that Max Lucado has written in this book, you can stop living a life without true purpose so that you can indeed be everything God wants you to be. Until you find God's purpose for your life you haven't lived, and until you fulfill it you're not ready to die.
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